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? adele, norah jones, barbara streisand? >> norah jones? >> no, the answer is not norah jones. >> here you go. it's a fabulous book. >> that's what she wanted. >> all right. the correct answer there is actually beyonce. she's the one not performing. >> only show where she's not performing lately, right? the great thing, barbara streisand, who has never performed at the oscars, the rumor is she's going to be performing a tribute to a composer, marvin hamlisch, who died last year, singing "the way we were." >> that would be so great. back to you. >> not a dry eye in the place for that. here we go birthday girl from a couple of days ago. true or false, if daniel day-lewis wins best actor in a leading role, he will have a clean sweep of this award all season long. >> best male actor? >> is it true or false? >> true. >> i believe that is it. >> he has been nailing it, daniel day-lewis. he's won the golden globes, london oscars last week, s.a.g., everything. the great fact, he'll be the first actor to win three best actor oscars if he wins. >> do you think he's going to get it? >> all odds on hi
sexual abuse scandal and its crackdown on liberal nuns. we will speak with barbara blaine of the survivors network of those abused by priests and sister simone campbell of the catholic social justice group network, which was heavily criticized the vatican's report last year. in a black history month special, we remember the lives of the legendary civil rights activist, singer and actor paul robeson and his wife eslanda. >> i have never separated by work as an artist from my work as a human being. i have always believed more strongly to me my art is always a weapon. >> we will speak with historian barbara ransby, author of the new book, "eslanda: the large and unconventional life of mrs. paul robeson." >> both paul and essie refused to renounce their radical friends and refused to renounce their own radical views. again, they paid a price for it. paul was blacklisted, they lost their house, had extensive fbi files and so forth. >> but first, north korea has just carried out its largest ever nuclear test. it says the test was done in the face of increased hostility from the
it there for now. thank you very much for talking with us from italy. jazeera'sg in al barbara -- are you with me? >> yes. >> just tell me, first of all, where you are. the news just coming in about the resignation of pope benedict xvi. what are you hearing? >> i am watching a lot of the italian media both on tv and online. what is telling is how it took everyone by surprise. in italy, there are specific vatican correspondents whose job is to follow the developments of the vatican and even they seem to be taken by surprise. as alessandro was saying -- we will hear from father -- from the spokesperson, will give a news conference and about 15 minutes time. but of course, the speculation has already started. considering pope benedict's age, amid a's and obviously a frail, older man -- the health is one of the main ones. but have been -- having listening to some of the -- the does not seem to be the main one so far. the pope had to cancel certain trips. since pope john paul ii, the study traveling widely run the world. it can take a toll when a man is of a certain age. he did have to cancel a recent
public utilities commission. >> thank you very much and we have presentations from barbara hale of the pcp and nancy miller from lafco, i didn't see you over there. >> barbara hale, assistant general manager for power, we provided some handouts that are available to the public and to the commissioners, i just wanted to give you a quick update on three items, where things are at with the sfpuc and the california public utilities commission, the status of our customer notification and education plan and an update on our legislation related to clean energy and ms. radica fox will provide the legislative update for you, with respect to the first item, the sfpuc activities, we are progressing as planned, we are on time as our time schedule, we have rated options possible at our commission on march 12th, at that time, we'll be presenting our commission with a customer poll results, we'll be presenting the not to exceed rate for adoption and possible adoption, consideration and possible adoption and that will be accompanied with a report from the rate fairness board providing the commi
these guys actually work in the same office? >> and barbara walters speaks out. >> i feel just sort of weak and tired. >>> hello, everybody. thank you for joining us. new jersey governor chris christie is fighting mad. he says it's okay for him to joke about his weight on david letterman but a former white house doctor has no business saying a word if she hasn't examined him and she heafnts christie has a message for her. shut up. >> this is another hack who wants five minutes on tv. >> new jersey governor chris christie is hopping mad the former white house physician who says his obesity makes him a medical time bomb. >> and it's completely irresponsible. >> the fat is in the fire because of these remarks to cnn by the doctor who served as president bill clinton's white house doctor. >> i worry he may have a heart attack, a stroke. it's almost like a time bomb waiting to happen unless he addresses those issues. and i worry about this man dieing in office. >> i find it fascinating that a doctor in arizona who has never met me, never examined me could make a diagnosis from 2400 mile is a way
becoming a better leader. and good morning, everyone. welcome to "news4 midday." i'm barbara harrison. >> and i'm keith russell. it's thursday, february 7th 2013. we begin with breaking news. a massive manhunt in los angeles. police are looking for christopher dorner. police say he shot and killed a police officer and killed and wounded another. >> multilaw enforcement agencies for christopher dorner fired back in april from naval service. the first shooting in riverside around 1:30 this morning, pacific time. two riverside county sheriff deputies were sitting the a red light when dorner allegedly pulled up near them and started firing into the patrol car. both officers were hit and taken to the hospital where one died and the other one is now in surgery. there was also another shooting in corona where officers were believed to have confronted dorner, bun officer was shot and suffered a graze wound. dorner is wanted in in connection with the shooting deaths of 28-year-old monica kwan who was the basketball coach. quan's father was the first asian-american captain in the l. l.a.p.d. he
? >> barbara? >> it varies -- barbara harris, assistant general manager for power. it varies year to year, commissioner. as the public commenter mentions, not all of them are funded because we have limitations. we have, we have broken up the annual allocation into four sets of allocation to try to make sure the funding is available throughout the year so that we don't have all of the uptake at the beginning of the year and have the employees who are hired to meet the program needs laid off at the various installation companies. so, that's why we broke up the funding into four quarters and are appropriatesing -- excuse me, are v. serving the funds for customers that way. if memory serve me, it's about 1500 a year, but we get far more than that. >> mr. hunt said at the spur it was cut by 60%. and why is that? >> i'm not sure about the percentage. the program when it was initially established by the board of supervisors was identified as a 2 to 5 million per year appropriation as fund were available. when the program first started, 5 million was appropriated to it for the first funding cycle
these three students from santa barbara couldn't miss. >> it's history in the making. >> reporter: one final chance to see benedict xvi in the pope mobile. one final chance to see him speak. >> this is such a monumental time. no pope has resigned, the way he has done. and it's something that we have to see. >> reporter: tomorrow, benedict will officially retire to quiet prayer and meditation. the beatification will be captured live by 26 cameras. spectators started lining up before sunrise. they're full of devotion. benedict made the catholic church deeply concerned by corruption, cronyism and scandal. one of his final private meetings with the so-called 007 cardinals, who reportedly wrote about gay priests and blackmail in a controversial dossier. los angeles cardinal mahoney is here, even though he resigned and is accused of sealing the crimes of pedophile priests. >> i don't know if he said there's all these scandals, i have to resign. i think the weight of the job on someone who is relatively frail and very old, you know, just took its toll. and it was time for him to go. >> reporter: be
. will it be that way all day? tom kierein joins us. hey, tom. >> hi, barbara. best advice, stay inside. stay nice and warm for us. we have a wind whipping in out of the north and west. there's the view from our satellite. you can see the clouds all lined up like church pews. we've got rain clouds passing over the region. right now temperatures are in the mid-30s in the metro area. just near 30 in montgomery county, and parts of north and west it's only near the freezing mark. look at the windchills. they are down to just near 20 degrees. winds gusting to around 30 miles an hour. improving news for the weekend. we'll look at that. your seven-day outlook is coming up in just a couple of minutes. back to you, barbara. >> all right. thank you, tom. >>> now to the news desk. >> the husband of a woman is dead. they found the man's body in texas and it appears that he kill canned himself. jennifer pearson was found dead after a massive fire in the complex. now they are no longer searching for any suspects in this case. sources close to the investigation tell us they believe pearson was murdered and the
the portola. * but we are going to have barbara, let's see, barbara senich and jackie moray to come up on stage and accept the award on behalf of the portola. (applause) >> nice t-shirt. thank you very much. here is a model of the t-shirt. [laughter] (applause) >> it is the best neighborhood you never heard of. both barbara and i are lifelong members of the neighborhood. i'm still in the same house that i grew up in. and come and see the new four-barrel when we timely get it. we're the only neighborhood that doesn't have a coffee shop. what can i tell you? [laughter] (applause) >> as jackie said, you'll have to come out to the portola to see what's going on. and don't forget to notice our painted pillar there as you drive along 01 >> experiencing technical difficulty; please stand by >> here is the other linda to accept the award on behalf of the group. (applause) >> thank you. my name is linda light haiser and i work with help mclaren park. alioto-pier here to accept the award on behalf of the founders of the organization, the real movers and shakers who couldn't be here tonight, chu
-1865. visit booktv.org for more on this weekend's television schedule. >> next on booktv, barbara matusow, editor of scooped it recounts the life of her career pulitzer prize-winning reporter jack nelson who died in 2009 at the age of 80. barbara matusow is joined by former president jimmy carter, former mayor of atlanta and u.s. ambassador to the united nations andrew young and former justice department spokesman terry adamson. it is a discussion of jack nelson's memoir "scoop: the evolution of a southern reporter". it is about an hour. >> good evening, everyone, good to have everyone here. my name is hank klibanoff and i will be moderating this wonderful panel tonight, as director of the journalism program at emory and co-author of the book about coverage of the civil rights movement, featured tags quite prominently. first of all i want to thank the carter library and museum for hosting this and cosponsoring this and also the emory university library, particularly the manuscript and archives and rare books library. which costs -- papers and wisdom of a great number of journalists, white
'm keith russell. >> and i'm barbara harrison. it's tuesday, february 12th, 2013. we start in college park. two people are dead, another person injured after a murder/suicide at the university of maryland campus. >> all three of university of maryland campus. megan mcgrath is live. >> reporter: it happened at this house behind me on 36th avenue. this is a rental like many of the homes on this block. the tenants, three university of maryland students. one of his two students turned on his two roommates shooting them before killing himself. a bullet hole through the rear window. the window of this suv shot out. and evidence of the fire that started it all. police release the photo of the damage. three university of maryland students live on the home in on 36th avenue. early this morning, police say one of the students lit a small fire in the basement. his two roommates also students at maryland confronted him. when they ran out the front door, shots rang out. jeff and george heard the gunfire from his house. >> all i heard was about six or seven shots going pop, pop, pop. then about 15 minut
the then first lady barbara bush around. not as a stalker, but as a member of the press corps. it was a big press corps, lots of people. the motorcade of us going and around and all these dignitaries in various events. at the end of the day, mrs. bush had a press conference at a hotel ballroom. the place was packed. i was taking notes for my humor column. when i thought it was all over, the photographer brought the press corps that had been with mrs. bush up on the stage. maybe two dozen of us. they put me right next to barbara rush, first lady of the united states, for this picture. this is a situation where i know in my mind to say nothing. i knew that in my mind. [laughter] your brain does not always tell the rest of your body what the plan is. there was kind of a quiet moment with these high-powered journalists and this room full of people. i planned to say nothing, but for some reason my mouth came open, and i said to barbara bush, first lady of the united states, who i had never met. i said, a shot at the same supermarket as your son jebb. [laughter] i swear to you. i did shop at the same s
was the origin of book. >> watch this and other programs online at booktv.org. >>> next on booktv, barbara matasou, editor of scoop, recounts the life and career of her late husband, pulitzer prize-winning reporter jack nelson who died in 2009 at the age of 80. she is joined by former president jimmy carter, former mayor of atlanta and u.s. ambassador to the united nations andrew young and former justice department spokesman, terry adamson, in discussion of jack nelson's memoir, "scoop". the evolution of a southern reporter. it's about an hour. . . >> and for co-sponsoring it, and also the emory university woodruff libraries, particularly the manuscript, archives and rare books library which houses the papers and the wisdom of a great number of southern journalists; white, african-american, of all sorts. and we're so pleased that five of those are pulitzer prize winners, and the latest among them is jack nelson. barbara was so generous and has made jack's papers our possession now, and there's some rich, rich history in them. and i encourage everyone to go to marble and take a look at them
police say about the couple's past problems. good morning, everyone. welcome to news 4 midday i'm barbara harrison. >> and i'm keith russell. we're staying on top of that developing story this morning. oscar pistorius, the man who became known as blade runner after becoming the first double amputee to run in the olympics faces murder charges this morning after police say he shot and killed his girlfriend. news 4's melissa mollet joins us now with the latest. melissa, what can you tell us? >> good morning. an olympic athlete now accused of killing his girlfriend. here's pistorius leaving the station early this morning. he was heading to court. his first hearing was scheduled for this afternoon. it's now been postponed until tomorrow to give forensic analysts more time to investigate. police say pistorius shot 29-year-old reeva steenkamp at his home in a gated complex early this morning. she was hit four times in the head and arm. right now they're interviewing witnesses they say heard things that happened there earlier in the evening. at a press conference this morning they answered questi
sitting ducks out there, nine counties. palm, stand by for a moment. barbara starr at the pentagon also has some remarkable information about this suspect's past in the military. barbara, this man knows how to use a rifle. he's been awarded for his marksmanship. >> reporter: that's right. the u.s. navy quickly assembling what records it has on this man. and telling us he was a navy reservist. just until a few days ago, he separated from the naval service. we don't know when the last time is he showed up. but he has shooting expertise. let's go through it. according to navy records, he has been awarded the rifle marksman ribbon and the pistol expert medal. these are awarded for achieving a certain level of shooting accuracy at various distances. let's be clear. the plan is not a navy commander, he's not a navy s.e.a.l. he held a number of jobs as a reservist in navy security operations. in fact, he went to iraq, we are told, and had a job providing military security on iraqi oil platforms, to have that job, it is most likely we are told he did receive some advanced weapons training. you
us a it. >> it was a big surprise, barbara. you can see the sign behind me, ann be anne beers elementary school, home of the cheetahs. now it's home to one of the best teachers in the country. it was billed as a celebration of school achievement. but when philanthropist took the microphone it soon became obvious that something special was afoot. >> how much is this now? >> reporter: with help of the students he used flash card to write out the number $25,000. then came the big surprise. the third grade teacher, jacqueline simms, was getting a check for that amount, $25,000. she had no idea. >> oh, my gosh. i'm completely surprised. completely surprised. i'm in awe. i never would have imagined that i would have been receiving this award today. >> reporter: jacqueline simms is the winner of the milken educator award, an honor given to teachers who ro moat excellence in schools and have had an exceptional i'm pat in the lives of students. >> as a young child i've always wanted to teach. i'm just really inspired. i want people to learn. and i just get really passionate about that.
the earnings picture and much, much more. joining us to talk about that is barbara reinhardt. she is from credit suisse banking america. welcome back. >> thank you. nice to see you. >> let me back step to ms. yellin a little bit. if you read the comment the way i interpret them, anyway, it is an indication we won't see the job market move quickly back into the target range where the fed would be able to move on interest rates. is that your interpretation as well? >> it is. our chief economist think the fed made a strong commitment to keeping monetary policy on a very accommodative stance. they told us they will keep the range on short term interest rates very low until we see unemployment down towards 6.5%. we believe them. we think the fed has a strong commit many to keeping monetary policy very accommodative and that is very good for risk assets. >> what do you think of the market? we've add good run. very good 2013 so far. and very good 2012 for most of the indicies. have you been taking money off the table? >> the first is that the markets have had a very good run since the election.
winners and the latest among them is jack nelson, barbara was so generous and had made jack's papers our possession now... ...o celebrate the life, the memoir, the papers of jack nelson with some people who knew him extremely well. jack was a man of enormous influence and consequence in the nation. the story of jack nelson, for those who don't know, is the story of news reporting in the latter half of the 20th century. if you look at his career starting off, he was born in talladega, alabama, just across the state line, moves as a child to biloxi where he starts peddling newspapers. he was a newspaper boy. an honorable way to begin. that's how i got my start. of. [laughter] he gets his paris job at the daily herald -- his first job at the daily herald down in biloxi/gulfport. just purely serendipitously, it's where i got my start, okay? [laughter] he portrays himself quite openly as a very gullible reporter, and i certainly hope that when you've bought the book and you've had a chance to look at it, you'll be as entertained as we were by some of his early stories of falling for ruses and
-week procs. healthwise, there's much a woman needs to do and learn during that nine months. barbara korsch: i think that, you know, usually people don't make a conscious effort to prepare for that. they are in the state of mind, and let's hope they have someone who's going to father the child whom they respect and whose values they like. i like to say that a pregnancy begins when two people who are in love with each other decide that they're going to become pregnant and raise a child till that child is 20 to 30 years of age, not before. j.p. garamone: we've been married 13 years. we pretty much put the decision off till later on. we really thought that we would, you know, travel and do a lot of things together, etc., etc., and then when the time was right, we'd figure, you know, we'd talk about it then. and then one day, it was like, is this going to be a nursery or is this going to be a guest room? tracey garamone: and i went for my annual doctor's appointment and said we're thinking about it and next thing you know, the next month, it happened. well, there's no question that if we
. first is barbara hale. >> thank you mr. chairman. barbara hale assistant general manager for power at sfpuc so i wanted to update you on three items, our overall clean timeline, our recent activities at the public utilities commission and activities at the california public utilities commission so with respect to the time line. at this point we're on track. by this date we should have completed presentations at our commission on the presentation by local power on their proposed business case and financial deliverables, and have presented before the commission materials to start to get them familiar with the not to exceed rate proposal which we have been discussing with the board. those activities went forward on tuesday and i will talk about that and we might see slippage with individual elements but even with they am seeing cleanpower sf given to the customers as our published calendar projected the slippage is in part because we're still getting the rate fairness board comfortable with the not to exceed rates with how the mix of resources we rely on for our cleanpower sf progr
president of the board of supervisors david chiu, president cisneros, barbara garcia is with us. naomi is going to be part of the program. naomi kelly is with us, kim brandon from the port commission is with us, and a number of others. i'll be getting a list, i'll be able to acknowledge others. i see police chief [speaker not understood] is with us. and as we get other names, we will announce those. so, let's give them all a round of applause, please. (applause) >> as i indicated, you have the program before you. we did one additional note on the program, is that the city administrator naomi kelly will be introducing the mayor lee. and due to scheduling conflict, supervisor london breed will probably be arriving later and will make her welcoming remarks towards the end of the program. following the invocation by reverend harlan jones, nor a griffin will make a presentation, a dramatic presentation on the negro national anthem which will be followed by the singing of the negro national anthem. with that, i'd like to ask reverend jones if he would come forward for the invocation. (applau
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